Australian banks’ commercial property blockchain project is on the path to commercialisation
As Sibos drew to an end, Neil Ainger of The Club asked exhibitors and delegates when and how open APIs will truly disrupt banking.
It is of the “utmost importance” that banks are honest in their response to the European Central Bank (ECB) as they report their readiness for the “big bang” introduction of ISO 20022 in November 2021, said Fiona van Echelpoel, deputy director general, directorate general market infrastructure and payments at the ECB.
The first fruits of the SWIFT gpi and TARGET Instant Payments Settlement (TIPS) trial were announced yesterday at Sibos. Isabelle Olivier, head of Securities and Payments Initiatives, EMEA, SWIFT and Ignacio Terol, deputy head of division, Division Market Infrastructure Development at the European Central Bank, talk about the highlights of the trial and what comes next.
The two concepts are not mutually exclusive, panellists argued on Tuesday.
Shanghai will be the long-term financial centre in China, according to the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) chief executive, as Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing (HKEX) continues its pursuit of the UK exchange group.
The now obligatory Innotribe session on the future of money grappled with the big questions of data, privacy and ethics.
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) has called for establishing business resilience as an industry-wide priority.
A meeting of market infrastructures, custodians and CSDs in Paris has endorsed further exploration into crypto assets and tokenisation leading up to Sibos.
At his annual Mansion House speech to bankers and merchants in the City of London during June, the out-going governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, outlined his views on the ‘new economy’ and ‘new finance’. The following are edited highlights of that speech